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Bespoke Art Auction 2019
March 16 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pmR950
“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” – Edgar Degas
The second annual Bespoke Art Auction will be taking place on March 16 2019, at the iconic Idiom Wines with endless views of majestic granite mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
Tickets are available at R950 per head, which includes a contemporary food & wine pairing from Idiom’s signature collection. Secure your paddle on Quicket.
Limited lots of investment art lots will be auctioned off by the reputable Aspire Art Auctioneers. Each and every artist contributed a piece from their collection to raise funds for children with disabilities. The 2019 artists line-up includes:
– Anton Smit
– Chris Denovan
– Gerhard Snyman
– Gerhard Van Niekerk
– Jaco Kruger
– Janko De Beer
– Loyiso Mkize
– Norman O’Flynn
– Samuel Allerton
– Stanislaw Trzebinski
– Vincent De Beer
The Bespoke Art Auction is aimed at raising funds for children with disabilities in the underprivileged areas of the Western Cape. All funds raised will be divided between Little Angels Home and Senecio.
Both Non-Profit-Organisations based in the Helderberg basin.
The Bespoke Art Auction is part of a collaborative community initiative titled “Standing Together for Those Who Can’t” created by Little Angels and Senecio in support of mutual funding programs designed to maximise reach to children in need. All the funds raised at the Bespoke Art Auction will be evenly distributed between Little Angels & Senecio.
More about the causes:
Little Angels provides a home for 14 children that require special care and nurturing as a result of their mental and/or physical disabilities. Little Angels aim to provide a safe haven for these children and ensure that they receive the correct and proper medication and treatment, special care that their parents often cannot afford to provide.
Senecio supports children with physical disabilities in underprivileged communities in the Western Cape and empower their families and caregivers, by providing therapeutic intervention (done by Physio – Occupational – and Speech therapists) and training of carers at Special Care Centres. They establish temporary outreach clinics and conduct home visits for children who do not have access to Care Centres and offer Hambisela training for facilitators, parents, caregivers and individuals with Cerebral Palsy.